From the focus of “the collision of morality, culture, and human rights,” what interest me is how each of us have different viewpoints or perspectives. We went through a lot of discussion, and each time some of us have different perspective sometimes total opposite of each others. This interest me because it is nice to learn about other people’s perspective. I really like when we focus on the topic of human rights because it’s when we get to do discussions based on the topics we get. That was a good chance or us to show our viewpoint and goes through many problems in the world. This also also reminded me of respecting other people’s opinion because during this, there’s a lot of opposite comments. I always try to remind myself to argue with limits because during discussion, it is very easy to cross that line. Personally I don’t like when some people are sometimes going too much on my viewpoints, so I will try to respect everyone like what I want to be treated.
In the focus of culture during the Good Earth discussions, I see how a lot of people can relate to my experiences. There’s a lot of Asians in the class and a lot of those are Thai-Chinese. It was very fun to exchange culture values because even though we are technically the same race, but we still grow up differently. I really like listening to foreigners especially westerners because I want to know their viewpoints. There’s distinct characteristics between Westerners and Asians and I really want to know what make them different.